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PBS
Jan 14, 2014 3:59pm PST
, when she would have traveled as france's first lady. france finds itself in the extraordinary position of not knowing whether it has a first lady or not. he was asked whether his secret meetings with an actress, which involves traveling on the back of a scooter, had compromised his security. my security is guaranteed everywhere and at all times. private, it is a lighter protection, but everywhere, i am protected. nobody should worry about this. >> a photographer who took teachers of the president visiting this apartment formed a different impression. >> the president was in an apartment without any security, even outside. i even saw the president walk around the block. >> some of those watching the news conference said the president appeared to be playing for time to sort out his private life. , but he alsoe time has to find a solution. it seems to me that it is going to be briefed to find a solution. >> the other problem for the president was that he intended the news conference to be about the sluggish economy. he did say that if france is to retain its influence in the worl
SFGTV
Jan 14, 2014 3:30pm PST
saint frances hospital for the last 15 years and very familiar with the knob hill area. i think this sounds somewhat akin to something i said to the ethics commission that passed. they pass all these rules say a city employees cannot leave a city job and go to an organization that they are having financial dealings with in their job. yet what happens is they pass they rules and they go to the ethics commission and the ethics commission pro forms will say sure, we'll let you work for this company who you just arranged for 100 thousand or a million dollars contract with and they are offering you a job based on the fact that you have one hand in the city's pocket and 94 you are going to have one hand in theirs. they leave with proprietary information and they leaf and know what all the department has and they give that information to their new employer freely. the laws are there to prevent that. the ceqa laws and especially zoning laws are to protect the neighborhood. and this has already been said. if you are going to start making little exceptions here and there, i find there is excep
FOX
Jan 14, 2014 3:00pm PST
boxers. people in scantily clad pansies and underwear you could say. here paris, france, people also sans pants. >> and alex and heather are from behind the scenes team and they are got down to the no pants light rail ride here in phoenix. >> do i want to see this? this is my co-workers their drawers. >> they are part of improv that have been involved in this thing. she's pushing the envelope there for sure. you see people wearing all kinds of different underwear, young people, old people, even this fella here. >> oh! >> who you might recognize. that's my butt, with an "rtm" sign that we had customized. there's heather's also customized underwear. >> she opted for showing some butt cheeks. >> you got to. alex, our camera guy, he took his pants off as well. ho look at how many people are involved, the people from improv az. we took a big group shot. i loved this guy because we were waiting at the platform and this older fella in the orange shirt backs up to us and i thought he was going to ask what the heck was going on and he said, oh, i'm here with this, too, so he pops his pants of
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 6:00pm EST
christians to relaunch his presidency, layout his ambitions for the french economy and layout france's place on world. >> if france wants to keep it's lace in europe and keep in control of its destiny. it must find economic strength. >> above all the president didn't want the news conference to be about his personal life but that was the subject of the very first question he had to answer. >> everyone in his private life can go through difficult times. that's our case. there are painful moments but i have one principle, and that is a private business is dealt with privately, respectful of one's private life. now is not the moment to do so. >> reporter: there has been speculation in the media about how the president would deflect questions on his personal life. opinion polls suggests his alleged affair has not had much impact on his popularity, but that popularity is already very low. this was a president on the defensive. defensive on the economy and defensive on his personal life. this can hardly be the fresh start that he had hoped for. so franÇois hollande promised to create jobs a
FOX Business
Jan 14, 2014 6:00pm EST
that are used in africa and brazil and france? >> i think again it is a case of using something that we are not sure what it contains entirely. i don'hink anyone read through all this stuff. i think the oal was to track the disease and instead of saying that we removed a tumor from your long, that was the premise. but they didn't cut away the fat and all the nonphysical stuff that is better. ultimately it will hurt patients. gerri: i am nervous about this and worried. >> 90% of physicians that have been surveyed have talked about the fact that it may in fact limit our ability to care for the numbers of patients who we are going to see what the new health care exchanges. we're going to be overwhelmed with paperwork. electronic medical record mandate, added any passages mission groups that are overworked and overwhelmed and it's so hard to give good care. gerri: how much will this cost you? >> we are looking at millions of dollars for individual practice. >> absolutely because you have to implement new computer systems and electronic medical records and you have to hire that. gerri: th
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 6:00pm EST
., france, germany -- this agreement freezes iran's nuclear program in place while a comprehensive agreement is negotiated in the next six months. this agreement caps iran's stockpile of enriched uranium at 5%. it stops the production of 20% enriched uranium. it requires the neutralization of iran's stockpile of 20% uranium. it prevents iran from installing additional centestallingaaaddit. it prohibits it from stockpiling excess centrifuges. a understand it halts all work at the iraq heavy-water reactor and prevents iran from construct ago plew to enupreprocessing facility. most importantly, the interim agreement imposes the most intrusive international inspection regime ever. international inspectors will independently verify whether or not iran is complying with the interim agreement. so for the first time, the international atomic energy agency inspectors will have uninterrupted access to iran's enrichment facilities at denans and fordo, centrifuge assembly facilities, and iran's uranium mines and mills. and finally, iran is required to declare all planned new nuclear facilities
PBS
Jan 14, 2014 3:00pm PST
): is your partner still the first lady of france, he asked? >> reporter: private matters are dealt with privately, was his answer. though he did say her status would be sorted out before he makes a visit to president obama in washington next month. on the newsstands the press have been less respectful, and as for claims the french don't care about the private lives of their leaders, closer magazine which published the photos has had to rush out an emergency reprint to satisfy demand. the only good news it doesn't seem to have cost him any popularity. >> there's not a lot of damage on his popularity because it was already very low. in july he was at 20% it was lowest level ever known to a president in france. >> reporter: valerie treiwalier, the woman who may or may not be france's first lady, remains in hospital undergoing what the french call a cure de sommeil, a sleep cure, in which she is kept sedated until she feels better. she may be there for the rest of the week but when she comes out that's when the real trouble for the president, personal and political, may begin. >> woodr
CNBC
Jan 14, 2014 5:00pm EST
markets like russia, india, mexico and france. melissa, back over to you. >> this is on top of stratasys, coming out with disappointing sales figures. this space, it gets inflated. it gets deflated. >> i'm not saying you short these now or buy them now. we talk about these names all the time. i think the story still makes sense at a certain point. but when you have things like this, and when a stock is down to that -- i don't know where 3d is now. i'm sure that stock is getting whacked, as well. you have to be willing to stomach these moves if you're going to be an investor in these names. it's not going to be straight up in this space. >> time for pops and drops. guy? >> a lousy 2011. 2012. last year was lousy. it finally has a capitulation bottom. hopefully, even with the move i like potash share. >> this is a name that's been in trouble for the last year or so. pop today on better-than-expected revenues. but it just couldn't hold any. the trader in me says get out of this if you're in it. >> pop for maritime, karen? >> when you play the sector, you have to be ready for volatility. 4%
FOX Business
Jan 14, 2014 4:00pm EST
android phone to europe. the oto x will go on sale in europe in britain, france and germany, february 1st. >>> "wall street journal" report that is fox don shipped 1.5 million iphone ss to china mobile. the iphone will go on sale friday. >>> pizza hut planning to offer the pizza for sale by the slice. they will tis the locations in rhode island. the costs is 2 so $3. less than a minute today. liz: what does a slice cost in your corner, a buck 50. buck 50. liz: that is big thing in new york, pizza by the slice. >>> google acquired nest labs, that make internet connected thermostats. we broke that to you yesterday. before google came swooping in a number of investors saw huge potential in nest. joining us is one of them. fox business exclusive. this man was one of the first investors in nest labs. he is the partner at light speed venture partners. peter, when did you get into nest? how did it come to your desk and how did you look at it where you said this is a great opportunity? >> great, hi, liz, thanks for having me on the show. liz: sure. >> on nest we, we invested first about three yea
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 4:00pm EST
economy, and reclaiming the place on the world stage. at least that was the plan. >> france wishing to maintain its influence in the world, if they want to carry weight in europe, and if it wants to keep control of its destiny it must find some economic strength. >> above all, the president didn't want this news conference to be about his personal life. but that was the subject of the very first question he had to answer. >> everyone in his private live goes through difficult times. there are painful moments, but i have one principle and that is the private business is dealt with privately, respectful of one another's private life, so it is in mother the time nor the moment to do so. >> there's been a lot of speculation in the meet yeah about how the president would deflect questions on his special live. opinion polls suggest his alleged affair has not had much impact on his popularity, but that popularity is already very low. in was a president on the defensive, defensive on the economy and defensive on his personal life. this can hardly be the fresh start that he had hoped for. >>
Bloomberg
Jan 14, 2014 3:00pm EST
. 1.14. they cost more for us to borrow than it does in france. switzerland, they have deflation. same with japan. the point is, you can talk about whether stocks are expensive, back and forth. it you look at the bond yield, that is the other part of the river band, this is insanity when you think about it. moaning your money to these world governments at well less than a percentage. >> thank you. in. is often a contrary our guest is a central bank credit. he probably has a lot to say. "gloom,e author of the boom, and doom" report. be new york.t to >> you are coming from thailand. >> i was just there yesterday. what i'm saying about china, they would not let me into the country. here when i arrived, immigration officers are saying "have me." ug me."lcome me -- "h they welcome me to the united states. if you said a lot of stuff and we want to get into some of it. bandar can this rubber these drugs? -- can this rubber band be stretched? i will point of the backfire? >> we have to distinguish between the financial economy is , the financial sector, and the economy of people. --have rising
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 12:00pm PST
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MSNBC
Jan 14, 2014 11:00am PST
. >>> plus, another political scandal. this one in france where the president is slamming a magazine's report that he is having an affair with an alleged french mistress. we'll have details on the love triangle being reported in france and the country's first lady apparently so upset that she was admitted to the hospital. we'll have a live report for you. an irregular heartbeat not caused by a heart valve problem. that puts jim at a greater risk of stroke. for years, jim's medicine tied him to a monthly trip to the clinic to get his blood tested. but now, with once-a-day xarelto jim's on the move. jim's doctor recommended xarelto. like warfarin, xarelto is proven effective to reduce afib-related stroke risk. but xarelto is the first and only once-a-day prescription blood thinner for patients with afib not caused by a heart valve problem that doesn't require routine blood monitoring. so jim's not tied to that monitoring routine. [ gps ] proceed to the designated route. not today. [ male announcer ] for patients currently well managed on warfarin there is limited information on how xarel
PBS
Jan 14, 2014 11:00am PST
the role without a trampoline and his longtime partner who is generally conceded to france's first lady. the scandal comes into the back stairs and said that champions the most unpopular president instructed in history. we tend to get to tackle unemployment and widespread sense that he lacks authority. as our eye the units on him more the law the good book. did you know. this layout about the dispute was settled in front of them. it was just about all the conservative about it the eye. eu . only they are hearing can enter israel selected for a minister of the insulin is laid to rest and at the commencement where his coffin was placed for an honorary memorial ceremony a ceremony attended by some of the world's leaders including us vice president joe biden former british prime minister tony blair and other such representatives from canada said the in germany and that there is the others. aloha when someone was in a coma for nearly a year. spain is a sad thing is now see to it presidents who experienced human ties to the prime minister benjamin netanyahu honored his past rifle with a
PBS
Jan 14, 2014 10:30am PST
give immense power to the army ant the nosing out. it's a laughing matter for france on on battling claims of being an industry chief while the rest of the country wants to know whether he's finally going to fix francis flaccid finances. the which are due to begin my boss gets by him here at marie johnson welcome to the curb. senior british politicians and military figure is can become targets for the international criminal court for alleged war crimes committed by the country's troops in iraq two hundred and fifty pages describing the widespread abuse of detainees amounting to torture has been handed to repaint the case fighting tooth and nail to keep out of the tribunal's some rwandan correspond toy boy who explains up till now the international criminal court and eight. was he trying to african six points byzantine response. the icc has been asked to investigate thousands of allegations of war crimes commits its flight british forces in iraq two hundred and fifty page dossier present it's like you might organize a synonym for safe north and contains the stations of the status of
FOX Business
Jan 14, 2014 1:00pm EST
. new mexico time. excuse me. officials say the suspect is in custody. >>> france's president says he is going through quote, painful moments in his -- something in my throat. i might have to toss it back to you guys. pardon me. lori: yeah, arthel, hang in there. feel better. arthel neville for us once again. breaking news. dallas fed president richard fisher speaking now he is glad the fed tapered but first that, first cut should have actually been larger. he also says he would be comfortable with a market correction which need not derail an economic recovery. fisher will be a voting member this year on the fomc. so we a lot of a little on the dow, not so much. dennis: thanks for that. time to make a little money. charles payne looking at one of the major players in the cybersecurity business. >> i want to digress a little bit. i like what he just said. dennis: yeah. >> i love what he just said. dennis: that is correction -- >> corrections, the idea that the market is supposed to go straight up and never correct, i love it! it has been two years without a correction. dennis: but when a
CNBC
Jan 14, 2014 1:00pm EST
added to the buy list. tyler? >>> france's president francois hollande facing le media today amid a firestorm surrounding his private life, claims of an affair with an actress. michelle? >> that's good. the french president says quote, private matters should remain private to a crowd of some 600 french and foreign journalists who gathered at the palace in paris, which just wrapped up five minutes ago. those comments came during a more than two and a half hour news conference which was supposed to be about hollande's new economic plan for france. in fact, the french president talked about cutting taxes and cutting red tape. big news in and of itself for the socialist president. that, he did for the first 50 minutes of the event but when the q & a started, the very first reporter question was about this woman, the status of valerie thrierweiler. she lives with him, has an office, a chauffeur and advisor all at taxpayer expense and the question was simple. is valerie thrierweiler still the first lady of france. hollande says private matters should remain private and this is neither the
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 1:00pm EST
talking a little bit about france's interventions overseas. but he has hoped to avoided questions on his personal life, than he was certainly disappointed because the very first question went right to the heart of the matter. a french reporter asked him specifically what was going to happen when he goes to washington, and when he will be received by the american presidential couple. and he ask very boy pointly whether she was the first laid deaf of france. this is how the president answered. >> everyone in a "live show" can go through difficult times. i have one principle, and that is that private business is dealt privately, respectful of one another's private life, so this is neither the time nor the moment to do so. >> jackie we are always being told that the french people don't really care about their politicians private life, but all that matters is how they do their job, but when it comes to not really know who the first lady is, if mrs. a first lady of france, are they now thinking that perhaps they should pay more attention to their politicians private lives? traditionally in
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 9:00am PST
economy, it's in a slump. but france's president found himself dancing around this question today. did you have an affair with an actress? that is the latest on the scandal in paris, coming up next. for over a decade millions have raised their hand for the proven relief of the purple pill. and that relief could be in your hand. for many, nexium helps relieve heartburn symptoms from acid reflux disease. find out how you can save at purplepill.com. there is risk of bone fracture and low magnesium levels. side effects may include headache, abdominal pain, and diarrhea. if you have persistent diarrhea, contact your doctor right away. other serious stomach conditions may exist. avoid if you take clopidogrel. for many, relief is at hand. ask your doctor about nexium. >>> france's president wanted to talk about his country's economy today, but reporters, well, they wanted to know more about francois hollande's alleged affair with a french actress. france's first lady, well, for her, she has been in the hospital since the scandal broke last week. this was all his first time facing reporte
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 11:00am EST
france the president's traditional new year's press conference being overshadowed by recent scandal. the french president accused of having a secret love affair with an actress. today is his first time facing members of the media since those allegations surfaced. >>> at least 11 people with dead, more than 25,000 fleeing the region in and around indonesia's volcano area. >> reporter: this has become his daily work removing vulcanish ash from orange frees hoping they will survive for months he has not had any income. like many he feels like the victims have been forgotten. >> translator: the government should not just talk in the offices with their nice shoes, nice ties and nice cars. we small farmers have no more hope. >> reporter: the slopes are being choked by a thick layer of volcanic ash more and more ever day, killing the livlihoods of those who have lived here for generations. this man says never before has it shown its destructive dark side like this. the government wants to relocate villages, but he doesn't want to move >> translator: if we are going to move it will be suici
Univision
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am PST
la votacion al argentino messi y al francÉs ribÉry. es el segundo balÓn de oro que se gana el portuguÉs. >>> lloro. >>> sÍ. la ceremonia tuvo un momento especial cuando pele recibiÓ un balÓn honorÍfico. y solo se otorgaba a futbolistas que jugaban en europa por eso pele nunca pudo tener. el sueco zlatan ibrahimovic fue nominado como el que mejor gol hizo. >>> esa la intentas 350 mil veces y no la metes. y varias cosas. >>> estabas contento. >>> todo el mundo es del real madrid. >>> lo que le afecta a ronaldo es la manera en la que actÚa. es un gran futbolista pero no le ayuda la cuestiÓn de la imagen. y ribÉry ganÓ todo. pensÉ que se lo llevaba. >>> es un premio individualista. >>> de acuerdo. >>> ya habÍa llorado mucho ronaldo. ademÁs es de tu real madrid. >>> y raÚl estÁ contento. si raÚl estÁ contento yo estoy contenta. >>> yo no. >>> en duelo de mexicanos, el espaÑol villarreal con santos y aquino enfrentÓ enfrento a la real sociedad de carlos vela. la primera anotaciÓn ocurre a los 16 del primer tiempo y su segundo gol lo anota en el minuto 32. el villa
ABC
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am PST
girlfriend -- >> so she was the mistress before. >> who was his rival for president of france. >> so she kind of knew what she was getting into? >> yeah. >> okay. amy, thanks. >>> lara, you have a bit of a warning out west. >> a bit of a warning here. it is the time of year that bears should be sleeping in. but this year, officials are warning more and more bears are out of hiber nation. and they're popping up in, as you can see, the most unlikely of places. the slopes are alive with skiers and bears? you might not expect to see old smoky on the trail but skiers at heavenly mountain, one of the country's biggest and most popular ski resorts, have started to see them regularly on the slopes. alarming officials who are warning, it will likely be a more common sight. with warmer conditions, bears aren't hibernating like they should be and are on the prowl which could cause some serious problems. >> what it tells us is that these bears have become too acclimated to humans and see them as a source of food. >> reporter: unusually warm and dry conditions are forcing them out of slumb
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am EST
people in france are saying now that france is the sick man of europe, like you would say in the past -- in the 19th century that the ottoman empire was the sick man of europe, and the deficit is more than 92% of the gdp, and people were expecting him to make a turn, to forget his socialist policy, to make a turn towards welcoming investors and to change the -- the rules -- the working rules in france were very complicated and to lower taxes, then as you said, after he came back from a trip from saudi arabia on the 30th of december, a picture by people magazine was taken of him entering a flat -- getting out of a scooter and entering a flat where the actress had entered and then they left in the morning, so -- and there was a rumor in paris for the last month that -- >> these allegations obviously have been denied. i was just wondering how you think he is going to handle the news conference? because it is a biannual event. it was always scheduled to happen today, but i suspect most of the journalists there will be more interested in his private life rather than the economy. so what do
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am EST
. ms. ros-lehtinen: thank you, mr. speaker. i rise today to honor the memory frances sergeant, a courageous woman who selflessly defended our country during world war ii. in wasp, frances pushed beyond the boundaries that limited opportunities of women during that time. the women air force pilots were the first to fly military aircraft, fly noncombat operations between the years 1942 and 1944. these pioneers paved the way for women pilots to fly nearly every type of military aircraft, from he f-18 to the space shuttle today. my daughter-in-law lindsey flew combat missions over iraq and afghanistan with the marines but she would not be able to do so without the women of wasp. frances had a full life. she began flying at the age of 22 in atlanta and became to be only 1,704 women who were accepted to the prestigious women air force service pilots, wasp, out of the more than 25,000 women who had applied for the program. frances and other female pilots from our south florida community, including helen snap, bea, flew more than 62,000 miles between 1942 and 1944. as author of the legis
PBS
Jan 14, 2014 6:30am PST
minister you have too much from us. i'll bring you back to france when the french presidency twice annual press conference looks set to be hijacked by media interest in his alleged affair with an address on top of that the first lady a long long time girlfriend every trip i left has been hospitalized as the story first broke four days ago. either of mine has more now on the french affair the whole world talking love story that has been making front pages of newspapers across the world france's first lady is humiliated the swim meets after the president is reported to be having an affair with an actress for international journalists in paris it was more than his personal life that was in question. we felt it was important to you. describe what had happened because it was seen all of the french media and because of the heritage of the clinton legacy. i should say a booklet an affair which ended up bringing down depressed and i think all of our political correspondent our editors have dealt with that are endlessly aware that it's not the first under the front of the french president h
FOX Business
Jan 14, 2014 9:20am EST
there. >> you saw it happen in britain and gordon brown. you're going to see it happen in france with hollande. india, where the bjp is wreck, wreck things and you're-- excuse me the congress wrecked them and bjb is coming again. stuart: we've got three years we can wait. three years is a long time. >> thanks, stuart. stuart: thanks, art. good luck. back to our theme of the day, tech rules, but content still king. netflix bringing back its original series, lilihammer for a third season and a new series based on the adventures of marco polo. and the last of the series of breaking bad. >> they're moving into high definition television, and content is lacking. they're going to broadcast an original series and they want to own the home market. look who tried to take them over, take over that market. hulu, and a number of people. these guys written off as dead four years ago as a dinosaur, they rule. stuart: liz, are you going to-- >> i'm interested in netflix as a replacement of show time and h.b.o., people ditching subscriptions there. the name of the game is content and it's so key for
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am PST
protection to non-u.s. citizens. there has been a lot of pushback in france and spain where they don't want this surveillance over their phone calls. the second would be to appoint an advocate for privacy issues for fisa. it seems like the, the fisa board's job to determine whether the evidence outweighs any privacy issue. the third one is that the data should be held by the phone companies instead this multi-billion dollar building that is built with taxpayer dollars in utah. >> the third point you raids, the idea what we are doing do is stop having the nsa hold this meta data and put it in the hand of private third parties. the phone companies. that's basically saying different' important to remember all of these changes are based on we could have potential abuse. the non-partisan review panel didn't cite a single case of actual abuse. so what the president is talking about, in case there might be at some point some abuse, he isn't saying the program isn't running well. martha: it's an excellent point. i hope they press the issue of efficacy and how effective the program is and perha
CNBC
Jan 14, 2014 9:00am EST
ledged affair reported by celebrity magazines last week in france. he held a very long news conference, 50 minutes where he talked about the any but the very first question from reporters was, is valerie trayweller, his long time companion, living in the palace with him, is she still the first lady of france? his response was, each individual in his private life goes through difficult periods, but private matters should remain private. this is neither the time nor the place to answer these questions, but he then went on to promise that he would clarify the status of his partner before his planned visit to washington, d.c. in february. once again, french president hollande making a comment. we're showing the video of the celebrity actress that he was spotted with going into her home or into an apartment in the middle of the night, julie gia, footage of photos in magazines also week. this is dominated what was supposed to be a conference about the future of the french economy, carl and kelly, which isn't so good right now. in this conference he sounded almost right wing and republican. h
ABC
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am PST
channel programming is reality t shows. >>> the first lady of france is expected to remain in the hospital for the next week as she continues to recover from the shock of the tabloid report that the president is having a secret affair. she was hospitalized last week following news of the affair and the president is expected to finally go in front of the media today holding a news conference at 7:30 this morning, hour time. several media outlets are reporting the apartment where he supposedly spent time with his mistress...is linked to the mafia. >>> a push is underway to get pope francis to visit the united states. the mayor of new york is working with the cardinal dolan to get the people to make the trip. he says a visit by the pope would be a blessing for the people of new york. the pope has not traveled to the united states since becoming pope a year ago. >>> the hex story is for fans of the comedy "seinfeld." seinfeld and another actor are walking by the show and he and alexander could have been filming a scene for the super bowl commercial. >> but the mom and grand mother are
FOX
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am PST
meet with the head of state but he is not expecting to see pope frances. it is on his way to kuwait and it's for humanitarian donors for syrian war donors. is he the first american catholic to visit the vatican in more than 30 years. >>> also today, egyptians are voting on a new proposal for a new constitution. it is a proposal to put into place after mohamed morsi was overthrown during a coup. it is setback for the reend statement of mohamed morsi and -- reinn statement of mohamed morsi and piece of the way for the nation's top general. >>> a bomb exploded outside of a cairo courthouse. now it damaged the building but so far no word of any injuries and many are expected violence during the balloting and this controlled the count trip last year and is now outlawed as a terrorist organization. >>> they are accused of firebombing them and they are facing them today. they are arrested and lewis is accused of asking three of its fires and threw a molotov cocktail through his ex- girlfriend's home. lewis' ex-girlfriend filed a restraining order and lewis has denied any roll in the firebo
LINKTV
Jan 14, 2014 5:30am PST
getting attention. >> i think of france, it is a , the question of leadership is a real problem for this president. , this is a moment when france needs to have a leader, not a lover, as a head of state. >> not all media felt the mistress was worth mentioning. they did as little as possible. are so many serious stories that are of interest, the story of francois hollande on a scooter in the middle of paris has to be treated with irony. of gossipd 20 years stories, and we wanted to give our readers something also the end of the day. >> in a press survey on sunday, 77% of the public work in favor of respecting the resident's privacy -- president's ramsey -- privacy. rks the year ma anniversary of the start of world war i. thousands of men lost their lives on the battlefields of northern france and belgium. operation war diary is underway. thomas waterhouse explains. more --not explain the a more ghastly 48 hours than the last. i'veored in one of these thousand 500 boxes, diary entry for the vast collection of documents from tight, drawn or illustrated, most handwritten. >> i can find
Bloomberg
Jan 14, 2014 8:00am EST
announced france to cut 5800 jobs. we know that one metric they are focusing on is the efficiency ratio. it came in at 58.5% in the fourth quarter. they wanted to be lower than the previous order. .nywhere from 55-59% looks like the ceo has his work cut out for him as he continues to bring down expenses as they adjust to a new market. >> thank you. scarlet fu, chief market correspondent. here is a look at top other news. time warner cable rejecting a takeover bid by charter communications. time warner cable calls at a lowball offer and said it was grossly inadequate. another bid in the works. google announcing the second biggest deal ever. for two-- buying nest point $3 billion -- for $3.2 billion. credit suisse is the latest bank to encourage junior associates to take the weekend off. analysts andk said associates should be out of the office friday by 6:00 and that -- and not return until sunday morning at 10:00. they are still expected to in a timely-mail fashion. is that really time off? finding the right contractor or electrician can be up challenge. word-of-mouth is what many
CNBC
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am EST
france. there's been concerns that france is the -- man of europe. but they're going to be asking more about this alleged affair with actress julie gayet more than the economic environment in france. necessarily hy nestle has basic said it left out affluent customers in its strategy and focused on those spending small changes on sweets. so sales in india were growing at about 20 odd percent per year in the past three years. third quarter last year, sales were growing just 8%. that's how much nestle has been trading in terms of its strat by. but the link today proving there is money in that premium segment. take ta look at the performance of the company so far today. 1.3% higher and this on the news that it grew market shares in all project categories. north america are proving one of the sweet spots for lindt today, sales climbing 8.6% and on foreign exchange markets, a bit of attraction in the sterling today. 1.6402. we haven't held some of the highs of the session. this on the back of inflation, hitting that 3% target that the central bank wants. there is a feeling that interest rate
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am EST
the latest scandal. >> the alleged affair by france's president is grabbing the attention of citizens in paris and around the world. >> egyptians are casting their ballots on the constitutional referendum. that what the outcome will mean for the turbulent country. >> the nba's next great center, we get up and personal with the pistons big man. >> good morning, welcome to aljazeera america. i'm stephanie sy. >> i'm richelle carey. >> we're keeping a close eye on egypt as voters head to the polls for voting on a new constitution. the day has been marked by a little violence and that country is working to stabilize itself with that vote. we'll discuss whether that goal is within the reach of those voters. >> plus the problem surrounding new jersey governor chris christie are getting alarmer. first there was the politically motivated traffic scandal, now we're learning about a possible federal probe into potentially improper use of sandy relief funds. the scandals could distract from his message when he makes the state of the state address later today. we have that story. >> the
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 3:00am PST
hours from now, the president of france is expected to address rumors that he is having an affair. those allegations reportedly put his long-time girlfriend in the hospital. the french tabloid, closer, published photos that they say proved the president was having an affair with a french actress. he's not denying the report, but he says his privacy was invaded. it's france. >>> it's not all good news for the show "the news room." >> you're going to lose your audience. >> aaron sorkin's drama was renewed, but that will be the last. the official reason, not revealed. but some say production costs are too high and the ratings are marginal. those are your headlines. that's a show i never gotten into. >> it was okay. >> see you later. >>> it is, as you can see, we got people walking to work today. they've got umbrellas outside. here is maria. >> i can't hold my umbrella. i have to give up the umbrella. the reason i have my blackberry is because we have some viewer photos that have been sent in to us and as you know, today is national dress up your pet day. so we have these photos to sh
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 5:00am EST
doing the same for years. and france's president is in the hospital after allegations he has been having an affair but planning to hold the biannual conference on national tv and we will bring the highlights later on. day two of the detroit auto show, the biggest in the world. on monday gm's chevy division shoal the show with the sting ray which won north american car of the year and the silvarado and a big recovery in the united states. let's get to the weather know and here is everton and what is the latest in the flooding in the philippines? >> the latest round of rain what has flooding in central and southern parts of the philippines and a massive cloud here and feeding in heavy showers across a similar area over the last 2-3 days actually and sort of rainfall totals in the last 24 hours is 125 millimeters of rain coming down and the effect of heavy rainfall in next to know time. widespread flooding across the country, 132000 people have been effected by these floods in and around 10 provinces across central and southern parts of the philippines and of course it has led to floods and
CNBC
Jan 14, 2014 4:00am EST
gilt. it should hold in pretty well here. keep a check on that. and france, we're going to be talking all things francois hollande later as he try toes present his policy for a reboost for the french economy. quick look at the foreign exchange market. a mixed bag for the dollar. dollar/yen, adding back gains, up around 0.6%. record high deficits for the japanese and perhaps a bit of a bid to dollar based on the deal activity in japan, too, which we are going to hear more about. li sixuan is always in singapore for us. sixuan, tell us more. >> thank you, julia. both asian markets followed wall street lower afterdy play catchup with disappointing u.s. jobs numbers. >> on a technical rebound. we do know that the shanghai composite was down seven out of the past eight sessions. it managed higher by about 0.9 the%. the shenzhen gained almost 2%. the hang seng index down by 0.4%. if country's largest suvmaker announced a three-month delay in the launch of a new model. elsewhere, large cap technology shares capped losses. banks continue to slide. over in japan, heavyweights retailers
Bloomberg
Jan 14, 2014 4:00am EST
bit about his private life? >> in france, people outside the country are surprised but we are not very interested. i would say french people do not care about the private life of political persons. i think this will be sweep golf very rapidly during the press conference. more of a focus on morning headlines to dominate in terms of economic policies. if you are in france right now, what can you expect resident llande to president ho be outlining today? keep expenses for the public sector. i think it will be a very important message. something that is asked for by the business experts. the other thing is to confirm a betterants to give environment for companies in france and help companies to create jobs. i think that will be a very important part of his speech. would cutady said he 50 billion euros of spending. where? >> this year, france will cut by 6 billion euros. that is the first time in france over the last 25 years. it is a big change. a real big turn for our policy. >> what parts of the economy will be cut back on? frictions,be social what we want is to protect our social detail
PBS
Jan 14, 2014 12:00am PST
idea. the original whiskey a go-go was a small little club in paris, france that only played records and people danced. it was the hot spot in paris. elmer was there and he love that. i said what kind of name is that? he said there is a place in paris and they call it a discotheque. we want you to play three sets a night, but in between we will have these gals dressed in fringes and they will play records between your sets so people can keep dancing. so that's how that all came about. all i did was play always old songs i had played back in my old ban in baton rouge, and chuck berry and little richard and jimmy reed and ray charles, you know. i grew up in that part of the country back in the 1950s. tavis: the audience was made up routinely of who's who. you have people like bob dylan and the stones and others coming to see you on stage. >> it would come up and hang out with us. at that time he was known as that guy that wrote that song for peter, paul, and mary, blowing in the wind. became a giant superstar, but he was just this great guy that wanted to hang out. we would tal
Bloomberg
Jan 14, 2014 3:00am EST
, it has risen on the back of these allegations. it is a phenomenal time here in france. bill clinton, when there are , he was impeached by the house of representatives. not so in france. there is questioning coming from the international press and the french press in his personal life. how much does that flow into his political life? read that he gained in the polls. how will that change his political stock? he has a great way to make an impact and it depends on whether .e takes it more so than ever, the eyes of the world or on him today. >> they are. he is desperately hope laying -- hoping that they focus on his political statements and not the questioning that he will have under intense scrutiny with his private life. we ares of the politics, getting a u-turn, it would seem, the man who promised to attack the rich and promised to go after the financial world as his number one at the seri -- , is now having a change of heart. his political power and his views of the popularity are at record lows. 15% of the polls were in his favor. poll taken% in a yesterday. the reason he is embrac
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 2:00am EST
are in italy. france, britain, turkey and china are committing for the commission. >> after the ship was pulled up right in september. the next phase is to make it floatable again. 15 giant water tanks will be annexed to the damaged starboard side. they'll be emptied to give boyansy to the ship. through the cop cordia, if it is not stable to be carried away. the world's largest semisubmerchable ship will be used to lift the shipwreck and sail away for its last journey at sea. >> in the two years since the accident clean-up efforts have topped more than $800 million. >> that'll do it for this edition of al jazeera news. i'm thomas drayton in new york. news at the top of the hour. log on to aljazeera.com for the latest headlines. thanks for watching. here again is a lie look at a polling place in cairo. more updates throughout the morning. >> th welcome back to inside story. i'm ray suarez. we're talking about the president's ability to make nominations when the senate is at recess.
Bloomberg
Jan 14, 2014 1:00am EST
-- popularity near record lows. protest in the streets of france. more people are turning towards the extreme right. they feel burdened with some of the highest taxes. heh to everyone's surprise, came out with a rather pro-business promise. muchid taxes are too heavy to this good -- much to the disgust of his socialist party. he is promising a responsibility packed with businesses. did you liar, i will cut regulation and cut taxes but theybusiness people say want him to walk the walk. caroline, it is not just the economy that journalists will focus on. will he be able to avoid questions about his private life? >> it was only on friday when we had that seven-page report. his potential, alleged affair with a 41-year-old actress, this affair -- the first lady is not married to him. she is in the hospital with exhaustion but most of the thinks private life should remain private. this is a question of trust and not only politics of but in his private life as well. >> thank you, caroline live in paris. >> u.k. online fashion retalier will release its numbers in an hours time. will sensation
PBS
Jan 13, 2014 8:30pm PST
nine mins ahead of the lunar new year which falls on january thirty france and they quickly gained popularity as good live times. the offices and banks have already depleted fish stocks. now only private shops sell the specialty items. was initially sold for one you wanna piece that value has now scored a total fool to the cleveland community two dollars sets of stamps once priced at about four dollars now costs more than thirty secs i live in some lawyers are stamp collectors. others are blowing this is because they expect them to fetch higher prices in the future. cheney says the stands have risen in value because demand supply exceeds supply. that is not what this edition the means i'm having a matching headband. the life led me an american talk about it. how women are powerful. if you empower women in empowering birth mothers of raising sons who were either drag us into war but deep inside of our mothers are the ones who are protecting their daughters mothers grind and noticed blood and therefore not empowering women were not any chains this forty to fifty percent generation th
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2014 11:00pm EST
battleground is in france. that is where protesting taxidrivers attacked an uber car. the cofounder were both in the car and tweeted about the incident saying they were shaken up but not heard. group on makes an acquisition as it looks to expand into the apparel sector. daily deals of/sales for 43 million dollars. it sells clothes and home decor at a discount. group onset it is seeing growing customer demand. >> we are in new york this week with the senior writer for bloomberg businessweek. we're kicking off a special series today. they are talking about how big companies are using it to dramatically change the way we communicate here. with us as a scientist and the creator of ibm's watson computer. this whole idea of a personal robert is age old. how did watson come to be? >> it is about pressing the envelope, breaking new ground. so many executives thought can we create a computer that can compete with humans and do incredibly hard human tasks. it was an amazing opportunity for a richard scientist like myself. for my entire life it was all about can we get computers to mimic the way hu
Al Jazeera America
Jan 13, 2014 11:00pm EST
me is what he does to france. after that his private life, what does it matter? >> what does matter parissian pundits say is his record on the economy not his record in the bedroom. >> you wanted to impress the french by the fact that he was a moral man, a man of dignity, simplicity and moral ri rigor. now sudden the french are discovering that he is a regular man. >> his partner valerie is in hospital, needs rest, ash-har quara beingsishi, al jazeera. >> william, welcome. >> hi. >> the president is supposed to talk about what he's got coming up for the economy, france's economy in the coming year. i heard the woman in that peace just say it's not about his personal life it's about what he has done to france or what he is doing to france. what has he done to france's economy? >> not much and that's the problem. that's why he is very, very low in the poll, the unemployment is high, there's a very low economy growth and that's what really matters and that's at the core of his low popularity, that his record is very low right now and the french resent that. it doesn't help that there's
CSPAN
Jan 13, 2014 10:30pm EST
years. the last german p.o.w. not free to germany but written in france were apparently they were still doing manual labor still into the 1950s. there are her for i.d. of clearly legal and were dubious people at different places along the spectrum might find more or less objectional, places that those folks can go if the administration were given a hand to dispose of them without the restrictions and reporting requirements and the overhang from congress. now the likelihood of that happening is not huge so then you were stuck with the counter problem of do you keep them in the u.s. in some kind of not very legal limbo rather than dispersing them? thank you's going to be a fascinating little problem that congress has taken upon itself that it will have to resolve in the next year. >> by the way should -- beyond the list? >> you what i would say is again i am not in any sense a specialist on any of these groups. >> would the her them on the list? >> what i would say is define your criteria of groups, of what the category, the behavior of groups that you want to authorize force agains
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2014 10:00pm EST
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PBS
Jan 13, 2014 7:00pm PST
that sits on an interesting topic it there many more incarnations in france and its once the students. the french are nothing to be cunning to diabetes into devotees and the costs of treatment had little impact on the prt retains one of the biggest scandals repealed in the press was in nineteen ninety four former president khatami tiara had a secret deal to go into his mistress something that was widely suspected but never published before. increasingly friends have really taken on privacy laws they have the budget legal payouts to them. it's one that hubby has just died that means that it might be your first economist to the sunday telegraph the british press who teaches been having a field in the story. our body we find this on its knees up to the stereotypes about the french have the same time ap the two is of great change that you can report about this without the prior agreement we've just seen the cause of the match. shane me to home with his delta. i remember traffic you will these pictures they were taken by a dualism day was upon the match photographer who is a familiar of co
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